Woman, people can dislike you, deal with it

Woman, as you go through life, people can dislike you. You have to learn how to deal with it without being bitter and angry at such people.

In life, it’s not everyone that will like you. It’s everyone that can stand you. Something about you might rub off wrongly on them, but that shouldn’t stop you from living your life and being the best version of yourself possible.

You must not like everyone.

And everyone must not like you.

That’s life.

People can dislike you, deal with it.

They can dislike you for having what they don’t have.

They can dislike you for being better than them.

They can dislike you for not fitting into their expectations.

They can dislike you for not being religious.

They can dislike you for keeping to yourself.

They can dislike you for having fun all the time.

They can dislike you for refusing to follow the crowd.

They can dislike you for being honest, truthful and loyal.

They can dislike you for your body.

Someone can dislike you because you are not married.

Some can dislike you for being married.

Some can dislike you for being an extrovert.

Some can dislike you for being an introvert.

Others cannot stand you for being true to yourself.

And some can dislike you because they cannot dictate to you what to do with your life.

That’s life.

But life goes on regardless.

It’s okay to dislike someone.

You can even dislike someone for no reason.

But it is not okay to disrespect, humiliate and degrade someone because they are different and act differently from you.

It’s not okay to keep reducing someone else’s self worth because they don’t act the way you want them to.

It’s wrong to keep attacking another person because you don’t like their face, hips, legs, mouth, head or body.

Learn to leave people alone.

Live your own life and allow others do the same.

We will all die someday, so why are you trying so hard to reduce someone else just to feel better about yourself?

You don’t even know when your time will be up.

Live and let’s live.

Kate

I am a writer, a journalist and phenomenal woman. I don't conform to societal stereotypes. I am passionate about women and the issues that plague womanhood in this part of the world. Engage and be awakened.

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1 Response

  1. Ebube says:

    “Adversity buries the dreams of the quitter but summons the strength of the striver.” -Brendon Burchard.

    It’s okay for people to dislike you, but it’s certainly not okay for it to stop you from pursuing your dreams.

    This is a fantastic article, mom.

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